When it comes to quirky celebrity outfits it seemed like we’d have seen it all by now.
But with skimpy fashion trends showing off underboob and thigh splits getting higher and higher, model turned actress Cara Delevingne has decided to take things in another direction.
Attending the Girl Up Girl Hero Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday the 27-year-old wore a denim look that was surprisingly revealing — just not in the way you would think.
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Delevingne wore a jumpsuit that had randomly placed circle cutouts all over, including one that showed off a prominent tattoo on her left forearm.
The Carnival Row star paired the jumpsuit with white pointed pump heels as well as a gold chain necklace and silver hoop earrings.
Styling her blonde hair in a chic half-updo, Delevingne kept her makeup simple with white eyeshadow that emphasised her trademark bold eyebrows.
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Also attending the event was Delevingne’s partner, Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson, however, the couple did not pose for photos together on the red carpet.
One of the world’s most famous faces for more than a decade, Delevingne swiftly became a catwalk favourite thanks to her striking looks.
Despite being shorter than most runway models Delevingne modelled for the likes of Burberry, Mulberry and Chanel.
Delevingne’s first acting gig was in 2012, when she landed a role in Anna Karenina and she has since gone on to appear in a string of movies including Paper Towns, Suicide Squad and Tulip Fever.
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In recent years Delevingne has wound back her modelling gigs in order to focus on her acting and currently stars in Amazon Prime series Carnival Row.
She told Elle UK last month she turned her back on the fashion industry because she “realised it wasn’t good for her” and gave her a “f***ed up” view of the world.
“When I did my first film — Anna Karenina, which I didn’t have a speaking part in — every time I was on screen, the director (Joe Wright) would come up to me and say, ‘Cara, you’re modelling again. Stop trying to look pretty.’,” Delevingne said.
Originally published as Delevingne flashes skin in bizarre outfit